Cabo Magazine

Rafael Pérez · October 31, 2013

After months of intense preparations, the awaited Ay Ay Ay finally had its ribbon cut by Los Cabos’ Mayor Tony Agundez. Immediately after, all the tables were taken and celebration started in the spacious mexican themed bar.

Owned and operated by Tony Magdaleno, Ay Ay Ay is the third restaurant of the commercial group that owns Zipper’s (on Costa Azul beach) and Molly’s (in Historic Downtown San Jose del Cabo). Judging by the success of the other two restaurants, the centric location and the concept they went after, we are certain this new restaurant-bar will also succeed. No other establishment is offering Karaoke, live Sinaloan Banda and  Mariachi, all available for you to sing! You can call (624) 142 0234 and ask for availability of Banda and Mariachi, which at the time of this writing are Thursdays and Saturdays, respectively.

Banda Thursdays are a special attention grabbing feature for locals. Nowhere else you get to sing along a Banda, specially on a tourist-friendly establishment. People seeking to enjoy the sinaloan folk music had to drive to Cabo San Lucas and go to an indoor bar –with cover charge– with sometimes unfriendly patrons, and obviously, no dinner available. Starting on november 7th, Banda Thursdays are San Jose’s newest thing.

Mexican oriented Karaoke is central to Ay Ay Ay’s concept. Several thousand dollars were put into professional grade audio equipment, and it shows in every corner of the very ample patio. Don’t worry about hard to read lyrics, there’s a giant screen in front of the stage and a 10,000+ song selection in spanish, english, and to our surprise, some italian classic songs, among which we spotted O Sole Mio and Lucio Dalla’s Caruso, which was turned into an international super hit by the incredible Luciano Pavarotti.

We recommend you to visit Ay Ay Ay, bring your friends and enjoy their generous specials. Mexican Music, Karaoke, Live Banda and Mariachi, excellent Audio and Location, Local Prices, Valet Parking and Big Tony’s signature. You can’t miss it!